Friday, August 27, 2010

Reward for Return of Grandmother's Corpse, and Other Brooklyn Briefs

- Court Street attorney offers $30,000 reward for return of grandmother's corpse.  Brooklyn Eagle 

- Wouldn't be Brooklyn without him: Ronny "The Seltzer Man" Beberman is delivering bubbly again.  PMFA

- Open seams, torn patches and wavy folds: A City Limits investigation finds that many synthetic turf fields are falling apart.  City Limits

- Ex-con Eion Klass, 34, accused of killing kosher Flatbush liquor store clerk Yoseph Robinson, was ordered held without bail.  Brooklyn Eagle 

- A Brooklyn artist is looking for a mattress-sized oven to bake a bread bed.  Gothamist

- Downtown Brooklyn's be@schermerhorn sells 102 units in 90 days.  TRD

- A judge rules that the government can creep into your driveway and stick a GPS tracker on your car -- without a warrant.  Fast Company

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